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Today in Black History

February 3rd:

On this date in 1870, the United States passed the 15th Amendment to the Constitution that gave full voting rights to Black Americans.

On this date in 1874, Blanche Kelso Bruce of Mississippi was elected to a full six-year term in the United States Senate.

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